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Is it safe and legal to reissue opeartion that did not in fact failed? Documentation says "It typically calls FltReissueSynchronousIo from a postoperation callback routine to reissue a failed operation with different parameters" so I suppose it is not only about failed operations right?
Suppose I am at post create callback level and I see CreateFile operation that did not failed and I would like to reissue this operation with slightly changed parameters. Is that fine to call it (referring to non failed op)?
If so then is this API someone cancellng current IO or this is on me to cancel current IO once I reissued this operation? I am wondering how to say drivers below me (that already served post callback before) that this IO was not valid anymore.
Thank you for help
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